300 East 2nd Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 322 1538
The whole city gets into the act during the entire month of July every year for this outstanding festival. More than 200 events take place at various locations citywide, including films, ballet, art workshops, poetry readings, and music. This event has been nationally acclaimed as one of the best summer arts festivals in the country. Most events are free. Bring money for food and drink. Some vendors may take credit cards.
1350 North Wells Avenue Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center Reno, NV 89512 +1 775 329 3877
Want to see some real cowboys in action? Then saddle up and come to Reno's Livestock Events Center in June for this must-see annual rodeo. From bucking horses to the meanest bulls, cowhands to clowns, this event has it all. Champion contestants from all over the United States vie for top money on their way to the National Finals. Rodeo week begins with an authentic cattle drive through downtown passing by the casinos and under the famous Reno Arch.
3575 East Hidden Valley Drive Reno, NV 89502 +1 775 857 4735
Tucked away in the southwest part of Reno, the Hidden Valley Country Club offers a private, green respite for visitors. Primarily focused on golf, the club features an 18-hole course, and a Golf Pro-Shop, selling a variety of golfing equipment. Besides golf, the club also rents out its facilities for private and corporate events, and also offers private golf tournament packages for groups of 60 or more. If you are not into golf, however, you can just choose to dine in their tastefully designed dining room, set overlooking downtown Reno and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Call for more information.
444 South Sierra Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 857 3378
Reno-Tahoe Blues Festival is one of the most awaited music fests in Reno. With an aim to bring together some of the best blues music to the world, this fest features some renowned artists and singers in the industry. Gladys Knight, The Whispers, Betty Wright and Ernie Johnson are some of the noteworthy artists that will woo audiences with their original style and music. Apart from bringing together an aesthetic and culturally rich fest for audiences, the organization Reno-Tahoe Blues Fest also works towards providing exceptional music education programs to the younger generation of artists in Reno. Provisions for quality equipments and scholarships to various schools and colleges are also made by this organization.
300 West 1st Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 827 7600
A very well known park, Wingfield, is where all the citizens of Reno come to relax and enjoy a picnic with family and friends. Wingfield Park comprises of five smaller parks, namely the Wingfeild Park (East Island), Wingfield Park (West Island), Brick Park, Bennett Park and Bicentennial Park. It includes basketball courts, picnic shelter, barbecue area and the Wingfield Park Amphitheater. It also offers panoramic views of the Truckee river and is host to many social and cultural events held in the city. Come by for a quiet time all by yourself or with a noisy gang, either way Wingfield Park will provide for a pleasant experience.
100 South Virginia Street Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 324 6007
Magic Underground in Reno is located in Pioneer Center for Performing Arts. It brings out shows that feature all kinds of magical wonders that are sure to leave you spellbound. Magic Underground even holds special matinée shows for those who don't want to go out too late. So if you like shows that will boggle your mind, head to Magic Underground.
The Reno Stead Airport is a general airport that spreads out over 5000 acres. It serves as a relief airport to the main airport at Reno and is also home to associations like the Bureau of Land Management, and the Nevada Cart Club among others. Apart from functioning as a relief airport, Reno Stead Airport hosts special events like the Annual Hot August Nights Stop Light Competition and the National Championship Air Races.
Although Reno has great entertainment throughout the city, head to southwest Reno for the best shopping. If you encounter bad weather on your trip and go inside Mayberry Landing Shopping Center or Meadowood Mall, you can find great shops all under one roof. However don't forget to find the unique stores outside of shopping centers, such as the Attic.
2707 South Virginia Street Peppermill Hotel Casino Reno, NV 89502 +1 800 360 5471
Imagine enjoying your food under a cluster of television screens. As the name suggests a huge stack of 120 television monitors are on display along the casino roof. Theres constant coverage of entertainment taking place round the globe. This place is in the the same location as Peppermill Steak House and The Sports Bar.
400 North Center Street Reno, NV 89501 +1 775 335 8800
The Reno events Center is a great venue for pop superstars and comic stars to showcase their talent. It can rightly be called a synonym for entertainment. World tour concerts, exciting boxing matches and everything else in between finds a place in Reno Events Center. The center has a sit-down capacity of 7,000 at any given time and the location is the liveliest one in the city. So, everything is in support of this location-be it the interior or the exterior.